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the commercial metal 3D printing industry, has been selected by DMG MORI as the preferred melt pool monitoring system for its LASER- TEC SLM machines.
“Engineering teams from both companies worked extensively to test the integrated solution to ensure that it meets the demanding needs of in- dustrial manufacturers utilizing DMG MORI’s family of metal 3D printers.
DMG MORI will be providing an interface with its printers ensuring that the systems are PrintRite3D Ready,” said a spokesperson.
“After rigorous testing we are pleased to announce that PrintRite3D has been selected as our preferred solu- tion for melt pool monitoring for our LASERTEC SLM line of 3D printers,” said Mathias Wolpiansky, managing director, DMG MORI Additive GmbH. “Our partnership offers our customers the best integrated and most advanced melt pool monitoring solution in the market today. We look forward to working with Sigma’s engineering team to continue enhancing our inte- gration and deliver more innovative solutions in the coming year.”
IN4.OS is a privately held Industry 4.O focused organization that offers scalable solutions to companies in the strategic sectors. “By harnessing the power of artificial intelligence, digital technologies, cyber-physical systems and talent development, it is assisting these companies to make the leap to the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry
4.0) and developing the next gen- eration of U.S. manufacturing, which is future-focused, resilient and location agnostic (terrestrial and extraterres- trial),” said the spokesperson.
According to The World Economic Forum, “COVID-19 has demonstrated the importance of digital readiness, which allows business and life to continue as usual-as much as possi- ble-during pandemics. Building the necessary infrastructure to support a digitized world and stay current in the latest technology will be essential
for any business or country to remain competitive in a post-COVID-19 world.” The WEF report lists Supply Chain 4.0 and 3D printing as two of 10 technology trends that can help build a more resilient society.
Selway Machine Tool
Adds Director Of Additive
Selway Machine Tool Co. announc- es Robert Coffron as their director of additive. Robert will be responsible for the growth of their additive brands - Desktop Metal, BigRep, HP, and
MakerBot. “With over a decade of additive experience, Robert brings incredible technical understanding of product design/manufacturing process and material capabilities,” states VP of marketing and sales, Zack Selway. Based out of their San Francisco Bay Area headquarters, Robert will support all our territories with 3D printing solu- tions. Robert said “Working at Selway was a no brainer.”
Selway has 50 plus years helping manufacturing design and develop products, and I look forward to build- ing out the additive division,” stated Robert Coffron.
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